MetroPlan Orlando Transportation Survey Shows Central Florida Wants More Bicycling/Walking-Friendly Communities MetroPlan Orlando Transportation Survey Shows Central Florida Wants More Bicycling/Walking-Friendly Communities
Florida CS/SB 950 – Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Bill – Becomes Law July 1 Florida CS/SB 950 – Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Bill – Becomes Law July 1
Bike 5 Cities Signs Become Permanent Fixtures in Casselberry Bike 5 Cities Signs Become Permanent Fixtures in Casselberry
Pinewood Students Receive Bicycles and Helmets Pinewood Students Receive Bicycles and Helmets
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Bike 5 Cities Signs Become Permanent Fixtures in Casselberry

The City of Casselberry’s Public Works Department recently installed new wayfinding signs along the Greenway trail from Kewannee Trail to Wirz Park and S. Triplet Lake Dr. to Laurel Way, and this time there is a new symbol, the Bike 5 Cities logo. The city’s Deputy Public Works Director and […]

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Law Enforcement of Driver Yield Laws Prior to Back-to-School

Nine agencies to enforce Florida’s driver yield laws in two-day Operation Best Foot Forward Before more than 340,000 students head back to school in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties, law enforcement agencies will remind drivers that they must stop for people in crosswalks. Deputies from all three counties sheriffs’ offices […]

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MetroPlan Orlando Transportation Survey Shows Central Florida Wants More Bicycling/Walking-Friendly Communities

MetroPlan Orlando released the results of its regional transportation study. The study showed that there is strong support for building pedestrian-friendly and bicycle-friendly communities but still a great sense that these forms of transportation are unsafe in the region. In fact, 96% of respondents agreed it is important for transportation […]

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Thanks to Tony Calabro as He Retires from Best Foot Forward Program

For more than 21 years, Tony Calabro has been making Central Florida safer by doing something as simple as crossing the street. Well – maybe not quite so simple – given the fact that the region is the most dangerous in the nation for people walking and biking. But after […]

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Law Enforcement of Driver Yield Laws Prior to Back-to-School

Nine agencies to enforce Florida’s driver yield laws in two-day Operation Best Foot Forward Before more than 340,000 students head back to school in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties, law enforcement agencies will remind drivers that they must stop for people in crosswalks. Deputies from all three counties sheriffs’ offices […]

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MetroPlan Orlando Transportation Survey Shows Central Florida Wants More Bicycling/Walking-Friendly Communities

MetroPlan Orlando released the results of its regional transportation study. The study showed that there is strong support for building pedestrian-friendly and bicycle-friendly communities but still a great sense that these forms of transportation are unsafe in the region. In fact, 96% of respondents agreed it is important for transportation […]

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Florida CS/SB 950 – Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Bill – Becomes Law July 1

The Florida CS/SB 950 – Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety bill was approved unanimously by the Florida house and senate, signed by the Governor and became effective July 1, 2021. The Florida Bicycle Association, who had been working diligently on the “Move Over for People” initiative, sent the following recap of […]

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Bike 5 Cities Signs Become Permanent Fixtures in Casselberry

The City of Casselberry’s Public Works Department recently installed new wayfinding signs along the Greenway trail from Kewannee Trail to Wirz Park and S. Triplet Lake Dr. to Laurel Way, and this time there is a new symbol, the Bike 5 Cities logo. The city’s Deputy Public Works Director and […]

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Audit Team Takes Ride Along Seminole Wekiva Trail and Provides Feedback

The Seminole Wekiva Trail is a beautiful 14-mile multi-use trail used by bicyclists, joggers, walkers, skateboarders and skaters, including people with disabilities. On any given day, you will encounter any or all of these enthusiasts enjoying the trail, and you’ll also eventually come to an intersection of a roadway that you’ll […]